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Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau
509 Front Street, Suite 1
Henry, IL 61537
Phone: 309-364-2501
Fax: 309-364-3658


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The Farm Bureau will be closed on September 5th for Labor Day.

Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau News

Tractor Drive to be held August 14th

Due to inclement weather, the M-P Farm Bureau Young Leaders tractor drive was rescheduled and will be held on Sunday, August 14th. Join the M-P Farm Bureau Young Leaders as they parade their tractors through beautiful Putnam County. Read more

Soil Health Field Day - September 1st

Illinois farmers interested in adopting progressive agricultural practices to improve the health of their soil can learn from their peers on September 1 in Rutland, Illinois. Read more

Crops for College Awards Scholarship

The Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau Young Leaders group has awarded this year's scholarship to Caroline Downey. Caroline is a senior at Henry-Senachwine High School and the daughter of Jonathan and Rhonda Downey. Read more.

Trucking Regulations Meeting

On February 23 the Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau hosted a trucking regulations meeting for Farm Bureau members of Marshall-Putnam and surrounding counties. Read more.

GMOs and Organics Seminar

Pete Fandel, Associate Professor of Agriculture at Illinois Central College discussed GMOs and organics at seminar held February 18. Read more.

Illinois Farm Bureau celebrates 100 years

The Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau has a limited number of 100 year history books for sale. If you would like to purchase "A Voice for Illinois Agriculture - The Centennial History of Illinois Farm Bureau", contact the office. The hardcover book is $17.00. 

MPFB recognized at IFB Annual Meeting

The Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau was recognized for its achievements during the 101st annual meeting of the Illinois Farm Bureau held in Chicago December 5-9, 2015. Read more.

State legislative priority issues for 2016

Members of M-P Farm Bureau have been meeting with legislators to discuss the state legislative priority issues for the 2016 General Assembly session as established by Illinois Farm Bureau.  

Resources on Transportation Issues

New trucking regulations have caused a lot of confusion and prompted many calls to the Farm Bureau office.  The Illinois Farm Bureau has put together explanatory handouts on the following transportation issues.  These handouts answer many of the frequently asked questions and highlight the important information that pertains to farmers.  Read more